Be Myself Again

  • Let me introduce myself
    I'm a woman that you've never seen
    You might know me from somewhere else
    As someone that I've never been.

    I gave everything to play the game
    My soul fell apart at the seams
    I fell down like a house of cards
    When somebody pulled the queen.

    'Cause you could spend your life
    Lookin' for your own reflection
    Time could blur the lines
    Between what's real and what's projected
    Had I known what I lost?
    What I gained, what it'd cost
    I'd still give what remains
    To be myself again.

    You must believe me when I say
    Don't live someone else's design
    Turn it around like a photograph
    The writings been there all the time.

    Now you can have all these hopes and dreams
    The ones I can't use anymore
    I don't know what it is you lost
    But I hope you got what you came for.


    Sometimes I want to leave right now
    Sometimes I want to cry out loud
    I want to let it all hang out
    But I don't want to let you down.

    Sometimes I want to just lay here
    Sometimes I want to disappear
    I want to show you all my fear
    But I don't want to let you down.


    To be myself again... Writer/s: HECTOR, MENDEZ, SUMMER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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